An independent gastropub situated in the creative community of Bermondsey Street near London Bridge, The Garrison’s eclectic décor, warm ambience and friendly staff reflects its unique personality and individuality. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week, the kitchen team is led by Gerald Mirey and his Sous Chef Jason Ashworth, who both share a passion for seasonal, well sourced and wonderful food. Boasting an innovative, but approachable menu that changes every eight weeks, it mixes classical techniques with a modern approach, using the best available staple ingredients and quality niche products. The Garrison food and drink befits the surroundings in which it is served: rustic, wholesome, unpretentious and with enjoyment in mind. Comfortable and welcoming, The Garrison prides itself on core values of honesty, integrity and warmth of service reminiscent of family-run eateries of old.
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Venue Details & Map
99 Bermondsey StreetLondonSE1 3XB
- +44 (0)20 7089 9355
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
Friendly, casual and and delicious. The fish and chips, sea bass w/ babaganoush and couscous, and lamb croquettes with medi vegetables were all terrific.more
Haven't eaten all day and craved for something filling so we ended up going for Sunday roast.
We both opted for the pork loin with cracklin, bramley apple sauce, roots vegetables and roast potatoes.
The meat was tender and the crackling was crispy as I like. The roots vegetables were quite nice. The potatoes were a bit dry and the gravy a bit salty but not to a point to taint the dishmore
Except for pork belly, this food is just terrible. Crab risotto was actually boiled rice with some kind of tasteless crab sauce. Steak was supposed to be medium rare but actually came quite well done. Service was average and they didn't even ask why I left risotto in my plate. If you go here, just have pork belly.more
I booked a table for sunday roast/brunch based on Christoph N.'s detailed review on the Garrison. The place is a cozy/hipster gastropub that serves quite a few interesting dishes as well as a well a good Sunday roast menu.
We ordered the chicken and vegetarian dishes out of the Sunday roast menu and split the chocolate brownie for dessert. All the dishes were really tasty and filling so that...more
On our last day in London, we came here for breakfast on a Monday morning. It was crowded with a business crew but we were still seated (which was next to a bathroom area that produced a pungent odor).
When we sat, we were given menus and ordered coffee- at that point everything was off to a great start. When we placed our order, there were a few things we ordered that were no longer...more